WASHINGTON COUNTY MISSOURI
IN THE CIVIL WAR
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By:  Esther M. Ziock Carroll

 

INTRODUCTION
Researched & written 1992-1994 & published 1994 in the
Daughters of Union Veterans history book entitled Missouri - Our Civil War Heritage;
Book Signing; Civil War Monument Dedicated; Civil War Monument Wins Prestigious Award

THE OFFICERS QUARTERS
Pictures of :  Thomas Ewing; Wm. T. Sherman
Sterling Price; J.O. Shelby; John Marmaduke; James Fagan;

THE BARRACKS
Roster of Washington County Civil War soldiers both Union & Confederate

 
PART I:  FIRST BLOOD
  Southern Sympathizers Surrounded;  Attack at the Arsenal;  The "Swamp Fox" Strikes
Union and Confederate Troops Organized in Washington County

PART II:  WASHINGTON COUNTY PAYS THE "PRICE"
Palmer Plundered;  Confrontation at Caledonia;  Price's Prelude;  The Battle of Potosi
Mayhem at Mineral Point and Havoc at Hopewell
Flight in the Night;  Price Passes Through Potosi;  Rebels at Richwoods
Kidnapping at Cadet;  Lies at Lawson's Station;  Reprieve and Reprisal

PART III:  MISCELLANEOUS MENTIONABLES
Miscellaneous Civil War stories and events
from in and around Washington County
Comments;  Credits;  Sources of Information


  MORE MISCELLANEOUS MENTIONABLES
This is Civil War information collected since the original publication
of The Civil War In Washington County Missouri back in 1994

WHEN THE BOYS IN BLUE ARE GONE


PICTURES OF
LOCAL CIVIL WAR SITES

LINKS TO
OTHER CIVIL WAR SITES
  

Carroll's Corner

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